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PocketWizard 804-709 AC3 Zone Controller for Nikon by Pocketwizard
5.0 out of 5 stars Pocket Marvel, 21 Jan 2012
This is a "must have" if you have bought the PWFlex TT5's or the MiniTT1. It doesn't require a battery. Although it does not appear to be strongly made and rather "plasticky" it certainly delivers on performance. The ability to control the output of your flashgun at the turn of a dial (it can control upto 3 flashguns independently of each other if used with TT5's or MiniTT) whilst it sits on top of your camera is a wonderful feature to have when experimenting with the lighting of your subject. You can also have each of the flashguns set to either Off, Manual or Auto or a combination of all three. All done in an instant. I own a Nikon D7000 and I would suggest buying the MiniTT1 to sit on… Read more
Garmin Universal Friction Mount for 700/600/300/20&hellip by Garmin
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent product, 19 Nov 2009
Having tried other methods of securing my sat-nav to the fascia,instead of to the windscreen, I have found this product to be the best so far. It is easy to set up as you just place it on your preferred surface and that's it. It has a strong attachment for the sat-nav, eliminates all vibrations and doesn't move when cornering etc. My car has a steep sloping fascia but the mount has no problem coping with it. The mount is heavy for its size but the weight is one of the reasons it does it's job so well. Not a problem if it is left in the car (preferably out of sight as it would be an indication you have a sat-nav). The mount leaves no tell-tale marks. In the absence of anything better the… Read more
Table Saw Techniques by Roger W. Cliffe
Table Saw Techniques by Roger W. Cliffe
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A let down!, 14 Feb 2003
Although this is a good book for technique it is let down badly by its quality of the photographs used. The photographs (of which there are many) are so badly lit and out of focus one can hardly make out any detail. It just spoils a good book. If I had prior inspection of the book I would not have bought it. It forces me to look at other books on table saws. Before you buy, see what else is available.